UW–Madison is currently focusing on four generative AI providers to support research, instruction, and campus operations – “currently” being an especially important word, as this technology continues to change rapidly.
This three-day workshop helps instructors create welcoming, engaging, and academically rigorous classroom environments in which students experience productive classroom discussions on important issues and topics. It’s open to UW–Madison instructors and staff who lead discussions.
This is a fantastic opportunity to participate in a well-established international, interdisciplinary teaching conference in Milwaukee from July 31 to August 2.
These annual campus awards provide $2,000 (for supplies and expenses) to recipients for excellence in undergraduate mentoring in research, scholarly, and creative activities.
Undergraduate research continues to be one of the most compelling examples of the Wisconsin Experience and often a defining experience for our students.
Proposals are being accepted for the annual spring conference open to instructors throughout the Universities of Wisconsin system. The conference is organized by the Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) and will be held April 18-19 at Memorial Union.
Spring registration for the Delta Program’s 10-week Research Mentor Learning Communities, focused on becoming an effective and inclusive research mentor, are open to graduate students and postdocs. Delta is also excited to introduce a 6-week …
Share your innovative teaching and learning practices with campus through a breakout session or poster. Submit a proposal by Jan. 19 for the Symposium, which will be held May 16 at Union South.
The Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring has released its inaugural annual report for the 2022-23 academic year.
First day of class nerves aren’t just for students – teaching, especially for the first time on a new campus, can feel intimidating, too. The Teaching and Learning Welcome, a new campus event for instructional …